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Universal Pictures has released yet another red band trailer for MacGruber, the Saturday Night Live sketch turned badass action movie that made its unfinished debut at SXSW this year.

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Bad guy steals nuclear weapon. Government calls in a top secret operative. A Saturday Night Live sketch is stretched to its limits.

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A petty criminal (Robert Downey Jr.) in NYC stumbles into a film audition while on the run from some cops and earns himself a trip out to LA and a chance to star in a Hollywood production. Once there the studio hooks him up with a gay P.I. (Val Kilmer) for detective lessons, and soon this unlikely pair are knee-deep in a twisted tale of murder, mystery, and mistaken identity.

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First Look Studios has provided Film School Rejects with an exclusive clip from their upcoming direct-to-DVD thriller Double Identity, starring Val Kilmer. And as a standing rule, we always say yes to exclusive clips.

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As SNL reaches the zenith of existence by abandoning sketches midway through, an icon of our American fighting forces is being featured in a new non-cursing trailer for his mullet-filled movie. MacGruber, in trailer form, has arrived.

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Remember Nicolas Cage? He doesn’t make a lot of movies. The good news though is that after a multi-year absence from movie screens he’s finally returned in Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.

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The Coroner puts on his parka for this icy, bug-infested Blu-ray. Err, sorry, “vertebrate” infested Blu-ray.

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Have you ever wanted to watch Nicolas Cage, complete with bad haircut and way over-the-top acting, go completely insane in a movie directed by the equally unbalanced Werner Herzog? Well, here’s your chance.

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A guy told me one time, “Don’t let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.”

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Someone still thinks that this MacGruber movie is a good idea. I blame them for the upcoming apocalypse.

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Hollywood has been singing a tune in the key of music biopics for decades, most recently with this weekend’s release of the Christopher “Notorious BIG” Wallace biopic Notorious. We’re taking the opportunity to take a look at some of the best.

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Mike and Sarah are on a cargo plane with KITT, returning to the SSC after a mission. A tech is killed at the SSC and KITT’s self-destruct program is activated.

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Because we can’t all dress like Soul Men, we head to 1986 and the machismo masterpiece that is Top Gun.

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Really? This show hasn’t been canceled yet? We’re still bothering to review it? Oh well.

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Our own resident drunk Mister Hand is growing a little tired of the new show Knight Rider — either that, or he’s just come up with our most successful drinking game yet.

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George Clooney is one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood today. With titles under his belt like O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Michael Clayton, Ocean’s Eleven, and an impressive stint on the medical drama, ER, it’s hard to believe he ever made crap like Batman & Robin.

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In the series premiere, Mike’s new mission brings him face to face with people from a past he does not remember.

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Robert Fure takes a look at all of the actors who have donned the cape and cowl in cinematic history. Who will emerge as the greatest of all-time? Find out here.

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Assembled by the fine folks over at Black20’s Trailer Park, this is one of those cool little offbeat pieces of the Batman universe that you won’t want to have missed.

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Val Kilmer, 50 Cent and Sharon Stone will star in a film about two policemen battling the chaos that reigned in New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, according to Variety.

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